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is already in the suburbs. katie: 34,000, that is how many kids between 12-17 will start using heroin this year. over the last 10 years teen heroin use increased a whopping 80% from coast-to-coast. no one is immune. john bon jovi's daughter suffered a heroin overdose last year. >> i cannot get over people that said my son and daughter. people they love, admire, respect. it happens to all kinds of families all over. >> the new jersey rocker stood by governor chris christie as he signed the protection act protecting those helping overdose victims from being arrested. >> i hope governor chris christie's actions will cause others to stand up and pay attention and follow in his footsteps. katie: why are teens turning to such deadly drugs? from painkillers to cough syrups, some of the most common prescription medications fall into a class of drugs called opioids, and they act the same way on yourrain. 1 in 5 teens are abusing prescription painkillers. but they do not come cheap. a congress oxycontin can cost up to $80. so they found a che cer alternative in heroin which they can score for $
not to use her name or show her face. she was sobbing throughout the conversation. around 9:00 the man got into her ground floor apartment through this bedroom window. she woke up to him staring at her. >> asking a lot of questions, what do you need? what do you want? who are you? >> he groped her but something scared him off. he ran out her front door. the only way she shared her story with me is because she wants this guy caught. she says she will never be the same after what she experienced yesterday morning. meantime i did catch up with other neighbors and they say this is not the first suspicious instance in the past few weeks. we'll get into that and tell us what police are doing to track this guy down. >> the woman believed to have vandalized several washington landmarks has been admitted to a hospital psychiatric. she is wearing an ankle monitor at the scheduled preliminary hearing today, she told the judge she wasn't there because she's been admitted to a psychiatric facility. she is accused of splashing green paint on two chapels at the national cathedral and doing the same at th
into the act. the robertsons show us what it means to put family first, as long as it does not interfere with duck hunting season. so, please welcome the men of "duck dynasty,". have a seat. thank you for coming. so excited to have all of you here today. is it a bit of a culture shock for you guys to come to new york city? >> very much so. somehow katie, you seem dainty to be a duck girl. katie: come on, i am a duck girl, phil. come on. i know this is not your first time to the city side. what is the weirdest thing about being in new york city? >> too much concrete. too much concrete and not enough trees. katie: really? >> yeah. katie: let's talk about your backgrounds. i am fascinated by this cultural phenomenon of "duck dynasty." it is a huge hit as we mentioned. phil, i know in the 1960's you were a quarterback at louisiana tech. you played along side terry bradshaw. >> actually ahead of bradshaw. katie: yeah? i don't know who say this is, but accding to some people you had a better arm than terry bradshaw. >> bradshaw went after the bucks and i went after the ducks. both of us turned
appreciate everyone's prayers on it. in short, that problem is much more prevalant than any of us, well than i knew. and i cannot get over how many people i have met that said my son, my daughter, my son, my daughter. people i love, admire, respect, it happens to all kind of families all over. there's a lot of pressure on kids these days. access to gsings that my generation had. there are mistakes that are ma. i'm just blessed that she is healthy and whole and we've got through it. [cheers and applause] katie: that's good, that's good. so, how's dorothy doing. you guys were high school sweethearts, didn't you go to las vegas and get married? in 1989? >> yeah. that's our high school pictures. why do all like high school shots kind of look like mug shots? katie: i don't know. >> nobody's too happy. my kids are like -- getting out of high school. katie: were your parents upset? >> my first manager tried to annul it. no one knew. my wife and i eloped on a day off in l.a. we jumped on a plane to vegas and said we'll be back before the bar closed. went to the graceland chapel, the cab driver was t
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